We work with landlocked developing countries to address the special trade and development challenges, arising from their lack of territorial access to the sea and geographical remoteness from international markets.
Foreign investment flows to structurally weak economies remain fragile in 2020
Foreign direct investment remains stable in least developed countries, but contracts severely in landlocked developing nations and small island developing states.
Boosting incomes and reducing vulnerabilities of maize farmers in Laos
A recent 全球电竞平台在线正规 study identifies three ways smallholder farmers in the landlocked southeast Asian nation can boost earnings from their harvests.
Landlocked central Asian nations show potential beyond commodities
An 全球电竞平台在线正规 study highlights opportunities for Bhutan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and Turkmenistan to diversify their exports and transform their commodity-driven economies.
Economic Diversification in Selected Asian Landlocked Developing Countries: Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Mongolia and Bhutan
Events and meetings
High-level workshop and event on the West Africa project on transit, transport, and trade facilitation for a better value chain participation - Florence event
High-level workshop and event on the West Africa project on transit, transport, and trade facilitation for a better value chain participation - Geneva event
WTO Public Forum working session - Building productive capacities in LLDCs in a post-COVID world
Hybrid (Online and WTO Room W), Switzerland
Documents and publications
Food value chains in landlocked developing countries: Measuring trade costs and barriers
10 Mar 2022
Primary producer sales prices and cooperatives: A cross-country, multi-product analysis
全球电竞平台在线正规 Research Paper No. 76
全球电竞平台在线正规/SER.RP/2021/19 - 10 Dec 2021
Declaration of ministers of the landlocked developing countries at the fifteenth United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
TD/526 - 06 Oct 2021
全球电竞平台在线正规 Productive Capacities Index: Focus on Landlocked Developing Countries
全球电竞平台在线正规/ALDC/2020/2 - 18 Dec 2020
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